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BSOD 0000001E than 0000007E

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About two weeks ago I installed a new video card (PNY GeForce GTX 650) and everything has been going great. I got a prompt yesterday to update my video driver from 320.18 to 320.49 beta. During the installation my computer went BSOD then restarted automatically. I started windows normally and verified that the current driver was version 320.18. A little later I got a windows update. Today I got a Windows Error Recovery screen and I chose Launch Startup Repair and got BSOD

Stop 0x0000001e

I restarted and got BSOD
Stop 0x0000007e

All attempts to reach Windows brings me to BSOD 0000007e.

Safe mode, Repair your computer, Enable boot logging, Last known good configuration, Debugging mode, Disable driver signature enforcement all result in BSOD 0000007e.

When I try to boot from the installation disk I get the choice between Windows setup EMS enabled and Windows memory diagnostic. The diagnostic found no errors in 3 passes and the setup brings me to the BSOD 0000007e again.


My PC:
Dell XPS 630i
Windows Vista 64 bit
Intel E8500 3.16 GHz
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When in safe mode have you tried to restore your computer to a date prior to trying to install the beta version of your video card driver.


Sorry did not notive that even safe mode will not load

Edited by Alzeimer, 11 July 2013 - 03:55 PM.

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